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5 Foods That You Should Eat Every Day
They say you are what you eat. You are probably indulging in coffee every day. Perhaps you’re also getting chips? Or even chocolate? These foods may be filling, but it isn’t really fulfilling. You might want to start reconsidering what you eat daily. You might have a deficiency in the nutrients that your body needs daily.
We compiled the top 5 foods that we believe you should be eating every day.
We all know how expensive salmon is. We wouldn’t expect you to eat salmon every day, but you could at least try to eat salmon once a week. If you can try to eat it daily, we highly recommend it. This is a great investment anyway, so it’s worth it because it is rich in healthy protein, omega-3 fatty acids help lower the risk of heart disease, depression, dementia, and arthritis., which benefit not only the heart but also the brain. It is also a source of vitamin D which helps in the bone-building.
Blueberries offer vitamin A which protects your eyes from night blindness and age-related decline, may lower your risk of certain cancers, supports a healthy immune system, reduces your risk of acne, supports bone health, and promotes healthy growth and reproduction. It also has vitamin C which may reduce the risk of chronic diseases, help battle high blood pressure, fights heart disease risk factors, potentially lowering heart disease risk, reduce blood uric acid levels, help prevent gout attacks, prevent iron deficiencies by improving iron absorption, boosts immunity by helping white blood cells function better, and protects your memory and thinking as you age. It also has antioxidants and fiber. And the great thing about it, you could eat it every day, not just as it is but even in ice cream, cheesecake, or whatever you like!
We must all be thinking that nuts are on the fatty side. What we probably don’t know is that they are a great source of healthy oils, protein, and vitamin E which helps in moisturizing the skin, healing wounds, preventing skin cancer, reduce skin itching, eczema, psoriasis, preventing or minimizing the appearance of scars, preventing or treating fine lines and wrinkles, preventing sunburn, and promoting nail health. Just try to avoid the salty one. Just a pity because those are the tasty ones.
This dull sour food is garlanded with calcium which builds and maintains strong bones, protein which builds and repairs tissues, magnesium which helps with bone health, vitamin B12 which helps keep the body’s nerve and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA, the genetic material in all cells, probiotics, and some key fatty acids. If you can’t eat plain yogurt, add some fun to it. Dunk some blueberries into it. Two birds with one stone!
Aside from being low in calories, Brussel sprouts are rich in vitamin A and C (same with blueberries), with added vitamin K which helps in bone health and wound healing, potassium which may help reduce blood pressure and water retention, protect against stroke and help prevent osteoporosis and kidney stones, folate which makes DNA and other genetic material, and lots and lots of bioactive compounds. You could try to substitute it with other green vegetables. It could be a bit bitter so be creative.